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The Alliott Group Named as Finalist for 2013 IAB Awards

The Alliott Group Finalist

 

As the New York City member firm of The Alliott Group, an international alliance of independent accounting, law and consulting firms, we are thrilled to announce their nomination as one of the 6 finalists chosen worldwide for the 2013 IAB Award’s ‘Association of the Year’.

The IAB (International Accounting Bulletin) is the only global magazine covering the professional services world across most G20 economies and is a trusted source for leading accounting news, vital statistics and analysis spanning back over a decade.  It’s supported by hundreds of researchers, analysts and journalists, as well as an advisory board consisting of a roll call of international CEO’s and editorial board of 16 accounting industry experts.

The winners are decided by an independent panel of judges, including Jane Howard of Wragge & Co, Sue Almond of ACCA and ICAS president Sir David Tweedie.

About_Alliott

The Alliott Group’s global footprint stretches across every continent through over 170 firms in 72 countries. The culture of sharing, contributing and co-operation forms the backbone of the Groups’ overall ethos and activities.

Our membership in The Alliott Group brings the ability to support clients both nationally and internationally by offering the opportunity to expand with our clients through exclusive access to other carefully selected providers of accounting, legal and consulting professional services.

 

Members are among the most respected, forward-thinking firms in their respective countries as a result of undergoing a thorough screening process.

Farkouh, Furman & Faccio is both honored to serve as The Alliott Group’s New York City member firm and proud of their rising global reputation and excellence. We wish them luck as the winners are announced in London on March 14, 2013!

We invite you to contact us to learn more about how our membership with The Alliott Group can support you on an regional and international level.